No Planning & Zoning Laws
This property is the last piece of privately owned land on this part of Todosio Canyon and backs up to hundreds of acres of BLM property, making it ideal for exploration. Similarly, because it is situated close to the cliffs, whoever purchases this will have beautiful, unobstructed views of the Pine River below.
Like much of the land situated close to the canyons around the marina, a portion of this property is comprised of a rocky terrain. Some may enjoy this dynamic topography and unique look. For others, however, this may pose a problem for whatever they plan to build or park on the land. And while there are flat, buildable sections of land (see photo gallery), anyone interested in purchasing this parcel is encouraged to scout the property beforehand.
As there are no planning & zoning laws in this part of the county, this property is ideal for those looking to experiment with alternative or off grid housing such as a tiny home, container home, earth ship home, or for those who just want to live out of their RV.
One of the neighboring property owners has erected some makeshift gate roughly 500 feet from the property boundary. The gate itself seems abandoned and our photographer had no problem accessing the property either time he scouted it. All this being said, we're doing our best to find out who owns this gate and to negotiate access from them.
The nearest power lines end roughly a mile away from the property along the access road. Solar may be a good and affordable alternative or you may want to contact the local power company to see what it would cost to have the lines extended out to this specific parcel.
Priced at $13,500 this is the cheapest five acre lot in San Juan County either on the MLS or the internet and is second only to our other 4.76 acre lot in the region. The next lowest like-type property after that is listed for $20,000, making this the type of incredible savings we pride ourselves on here at Hemingway Land.
This property was closed on and its title insured through San Juan Title.
NOTE: We are requesting an upfront Non-Refundable Earnest Money Deposit of $1,000. This is not an installment sale and there is no financing offered. This is a cash transaction. After we have your Deposit we will contact you about how to proceed with finalizing the purchase, whether it be by credit card, wire transfer or title & escrow. If you elect to close through escrow, buyer will be responsible for all closing costs.
|Location||San Juan County, New Mexico|
|Lot Size||2.41 Acres|
|Available Financing||Click Here To Read About Financing Options|
|Legal Description||SEC 25 TWN 31N RNG 8W, LOT 71|
|Latitude-Longitude||Center: 36.871862 -107.625296|
|NW: 36.8722766472794 -107.625870705463|
|NE: 36.8722747077879 -107.62476257838699|
|SW: 36.8713900949675 -107.625865849148|
|SE: 36.8713874627808 -107.624760481447|
|Zoning||Rural-Residential, No Zoning Restrictions|
|Access||Well Maintained Dirt Roads|
|Power||No Source on Property; Solar Is Best|
|Phone||In The Area or Mobile/Satellite|
|Water||By Well, Catchment System or Holding Tank|
|Conveyance Document||Warranty Deed|
|Type of Closing||Notary Close|
|Doc Prep Fee||$150.00|
|Nearby Towns||Farmington: 33 miles|
|Telluride: 74 miles|
|Gallup: 112 miles|
|Taos: 133 miles|
|Santa Fe: 138 miles|
|Albuquerque: 145 miles|
|Points Of Interest||Navajo Dam Marina (Link)|
|Heron Lake State Park (Link)|
|El Vado Lake State Park (Link)|
|Abiquiu Lake Recreation Area (Link)|
|Georgie O’Keefe Museum (Link)|
|Things To Do In Telluride (Link)|
|Things To Do In Taos (Link)|
|Things To Do In Taos Ski Valley (Link)|
|Four Corners Monument (Link)|
|Things To Do In Sante Fe (Link)|
|County Contact Info||San Juan County Assessor's Office (505) 334-6157|
|San Juan County Building Division (505) 334-4313|
|San Juan County Zoning Ordinance|
|New Mexico State Engineer 1-800-WATERNM|
|Well Drilling Info (Link)|
|Well Drilling Permit Application (Link)|
Disclaimer: While The Hemingway Land Company does extensive research on all our properties prior to listing them, there are always County-specific rules/regulations we will not be aware of. The information provided on this page is, to the best of our knowledge, correct. All prospective buyers, however, are encouraged to contact the county at the links and numbers provided in this table to confirm that whatever plans that buyer has for the property in question are in fact legal, feasible and permitted. Due diligence is the buyer’s responsibility and all sales are final.